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Oeuvre: Symphonie no. 3 en ut mineur, Op.44

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CompositeurProkofiev, Sergueï (1891-1953)
Époque20ème siècle
Année1928
Type d'oeuvreOrchestrale
Spectacles à venirEn voir plus...

TorontoJoshua Bell with NACO

Boulanger, Mendelssohn, Morlock, Prokofiev
National Arts Centre Orchestra; Alexander Shelley; Joshua Bell

PittsburghTchaikovsky Violin Concerto

Glazounov, Tchaïkovski, Prokofiev
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra; Juraj Valčuha; Baiba Skride

ViennaThe Cleveland Orchestra • Julia Fischer

Schubert, Prokofiev
The Cleveland Orchestra; Franz Welser-Möst; Julia Fischer

OttawaJoshua Bell performs Mendelssohn

Boulanger, Mendelssohn, Morlock, Prokofiev
National Arts Centre Orchestra; Alexander Shelley; Joshua Bell

ParisThe Cleveland Orchestra / Franz Welser-Möst

Schubert, Prokofiev
The Cleveland Orchestra; Franz Welser-Möst; Julia Fischer
Critiques récentesEn voir plus...

Muti and the CSO bring out the operatic in Prokofiev

Riccardo Muti conducts at Carnegie Hall © Todd Rosenberg Photography
A decade after Riccardo Muti was appointed CSO’s Music Director, the chemistry between conductor and ensemble couldn’t be more evident.

Astonishing Bartók and Prokofiev in Cleveland

Yefim Bronfman © Frank Stewart
Yefim Bronfman was the powerful soloist in Bartók’s Second Piano Concerto. Welser-Möst’s expressionistic reading of Prokofiev’s Third Symphony evoked nightmares of tormented souls.

Frenzy and passion at Cadogan Hall

Chloë Hanslip © Benjamin Ealovega
Alexander Shelley and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra mixed simplicity with demonic shenanigans in two Prokofiev symphonies, while Chloë Hanslip dug deep in an impassioned Sibelius Violin Concerto.

Gergiev and the Mariinsky explore Prokofiev

Valery Gergiev © Alberto Venzago
 Valery Gergiev and the Mariinsky Orchestra gave a searching examination of Prokofiev's first three symphonies and the Violin Concerto no. 1, each half showing us the contrast between light and shade, airiness and density.

Angels and Demons in a gripping Prokofiev Third

Alexander Vedernikov © Marco Borggreve
A belated touch of demonic fire was a welcome ingredient to last night's Prom with a compelling interpretation of Prokofiev's Third Symphony, based on material from his opera The Fiery Angel.